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hi there ;
i have some troubles in retrieving clob value from the result set, i want to exctract the DDL for a table useing Oracle 9i
API function ( dbms_metadata.get_ddl ) which returns a Clob object.
The problem is the programme gets very slow and there is no results, i have the following code :

String qry = " SELECT dbms_metadata.get_ddl('TABLE', '"+id+"','"+schema+"') FROM dual ";

  Statement stmt = con.createStatement();
  ResultSet rs = stmt.executeQuery(qry);
 
 Clob clob = null;
 if (rs.next()) {
     clob = rs.getClob(1);
 }

 how can i print out the contents of clob ? should i use inputstream to do this ?

thanx in advance
which
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From http://www.oracle.com/technology/sample_code/tech/java/sqlj_jdbc/files/advanced/LOBSample/Readme.html

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  // Open a stream to read Clob data
  Reader clobStream = clob.getCharacterStream();

  // Holds the Clob data when the Clob stream is being read
  StringBuffer suggestions = new StringBuffer();

  // Read from the Clob stream and write to the stringbuffer
  int nchars = 0; // Number of characters read

  //Buffer holding characters being transferred
  char[] buffer = new char[10];
  while((nchars = clobStream.read(buffer)) != -1) // Read from Clob
    suggestions.append(buffer, 0, nchars); // Write to StringBuffer
  clobStream.close(); // Close the Clob input stream
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Tyr this :

 /*
    * returns the clob object as a string
    */
    public String getClob(ResultSet rs, int index) throws SQLException{
          if(rs!=null&&rs.getClob(index)!=null)
          {
                return rs.getClob(index).getSubString(1,(new Long(rs.getClob(index).length())).intValue());
          }
          else
          {
                return null;
          }
    }
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Got a comment in my Feedback...  which_cyber, the best place to put things like this are in here, as people get email notifications!! ;-)

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thank you very much TimYates,
but i think that i have another problem
     the programe hangs the following command :  
        clob = rs.getClob(1);

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Can you post the code you have?

Tim
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